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"You're Still Single? What's Wrong With You?!"

January 04, 2020 Haley Schultz Season 1 Episode 24
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"You're Still Single? What's Wrong With You?!"
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"You're Still Single? What's Wrong With You?!"
Jan 04, 2020 Season 1 Episode 24
Haley Schultz

"You're still single?!" Oh, the joyous question you may have been asked over the holidays by your aunt Karen. Or maybe you're feeling like there are other milestones or desires in life that you're waiting for or missing out on? In this episode, our feisty friend Haley joins the podcast to take on these hard questions and shares her current journey of finding fulfillment in God as she lives her best life: with confidence, faith and contentment.

About the Speaker:
Haley Schultz is 26 years old and lives in Sunny San Diego California. She currently works full time as the Communications Officer for HOPE worldwide. Her other talents include photography, social media management and web design. In her spare time she loves hanging out with her friends, traveling, eating great food and drinking lots of coffee. She is currently single and advocates for living an exciting, fulfilled life with or with out a spouse, although she hopes to be married someday! She embraces a passion in life to love her God, her family and her friends with everything she has and to always see the optimistic side of life!

Episode Notes:
First I had to realize that there’s nothing wrong with being single and second that God isn’t holding out on me.

2 Corinthians 12:7
Romans 3:23

Is God enough for you?

How can we grow in our contentment?

We have to remember that we cannot earn any of our blessings.

2 Corinthians 5:14

So here are the key things I learned on this journey to really believing and trusting that God is enough. 
1. The first key thing that I focused on was what I can do with my life instead of trying to be worthy of the blessing I wanted. The most important thing I can do as a woman is fulfill the greatest commandment. (Matthew 22:38)
Luke 6:38 & Proverbs 11:25
2. The next key is that I want to strive to be the best version of myself I can be for God. Matthew 6:33
3. The last key thing we can do and what I may argue is the most important, is pray like the persistent widow. (Luke 18)

Even when things don’t feel good, God always is.

"The more we celebrate in life, the more there is to celebrate." -OPRAH! 

1 Timothy 6:6

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Show Notes

"You're still single?!" Oh, the joyous question you may have been asked over the holidays by your aunt Karen. Or maybe you're feeling like there are other milestones or desires in life that you're waiting for or missing out on? In this episode, our feisty friend Haley joins the podcast to take on these hard questions and shares her current journey of finding fulfillment in God as she lives her best life: with confidence, faith and contentment.

About the Speaker:
Haley Schultz is 26 years old and lives in Sunny San Diego California. She currently works full time as the Communications Officer for HOPE worldwide. Her other talents include photography, social media management and web design. In her spare time she loves hanging out with her friends, traveling, eating great food and drinking lots of coffee. She is currently single and advocates for living an exciting, fulfilled life with or with out a spouse, although she hopes to be married someday! She embraces a passion in life to love her God, her family and her friends with everything she has and to always see the optimistic side of life!

Episode Notes:
First I had to realize that there’s nothing wrong with being single and second that God isn’t holding out on me.

2 Corinthians 12:7
Romans 3:23

Is God enough for you?

How can we grow in our contentment?

We have to remember that we cannot earn any of our blessings.

2 Corinthians 5:14

So here are the key things I learned on this journey to really believing and trusting that God is enough. 
1. The first key thing that I focused on was what I can do with my life instead of trying to be worthy of the blessing I wanted. The most important thing I can do as a woman is fulfill the greatest commandment. (Matthew 22:38)
Luke 6:38 & Proverbs 11:25
2. The next key is that I want to strive to be the best version of myself I can be for God. Matthew 6:33
3. The last key thing we can do and what I may argue is the most important, is pray like the persistent widow. (Luke 18)

Even when things don’t feel good, God always is.

"The more we celebrate in life, the more there is to celebrate." -OPRAH! 

1 Timothy 6:6

Support the show (https://tithe.ly/give_new/www/#/tithely/give-one-time/678206?giving_to=Woven%20In%20Truth%20Podcast)